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Shop Rules

  1. Closed-toed shoes must be worn at all times if you are working with tools.
  2. Sign-in & check-in with Greeters to receive your reserved work station.
  3. There is a mechanic on duty. We want to emphasize that you are working on your own bike, with our assistance.
  4. Please use only the color-coded tools at your reserved station.
  5. When using the parts washer always wear an apron, heavy gloves and safety glasses.
  6. Dogs are welcome at Community Cycles but they must be leashed at all times.
  7. Put away all tools and bins that you use.
  8. Track All the (new&used) parts that you used on your tab – Reservation Card.
  9. Minimum membership age is 16, unless accompanied by a chaperon.
Reserve a Stand in the DIY Repair Shop

Expectations of You

  1. Helping other members is encouraged, but keep in mind not everyone always wants or needs advice.
  2. Under no circumstances should members or guests represent themselves as CC employees or volunteers unless they are working a designated volunteer shift.
  3. Members may use shop services up to 2 hours per day and no more than 20 hours per month.
  4. Members may not operate an official or unofficial business out of the CC shop. This includes:
    • Members refurbishing bikes, wheels or other parts may not meet clients or potential clients at the shop to display goods for sale, nor conduct a transaction on premises.
    • Bicycles prepared for sale may not be photographed in or near CC.
    • In no way should advertisements infer that for-sale bicycles were professionally refurbished by CC, or at CC.
  5. In-progress bicycles may not be stored at the shop or outside without permission of the Shop Manager or Shop Coordinator.
  6. Shop staff reserves the right to limit total bicycle sales to members or other clients as a way to maintain inventory for sale or donation and/or limit unsafe bicycles from being reused in any way.
  7. Neither members nor customers shall interfere with individuals attempting to donate bicycles or materials to CC. It is not permissible to buy, trade or otherwise acquire bicycles or parts intended for donation to CC. All donations must be processed by staff before they are made available for resale.

Expectations of Membership

Community Cycles is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment to both members and guests.

We commit to fostering and ensuring equity and social justice through protection of the human rights of all persons regardless of race, socioeconomic status, gender, ethnic heritage, religious belief, LGBTQ identification, ability, or immigration status.

Community Cycles works to build a diverse and inclusive community. We do not tolerate any act of racism, oppression, intimidation, harassment, or racial, ethnic or religious profiling toward another individual. This reaffirms our continued support for the civil rights of our members.

At Community Cycles, we promote, educate, and advocate for the safe use of bicycles for transportation. We seek to create equitable access to bicycles for everyone in our community. Beyond our shop, we unite our community around biking, we advance the cyclists’ agenda at the level of planning and policy. Overall we work to make a better Boulder for people who ride bicycles.

To these ends there are certain expectations of membership and shop use regulations that apply to all members and guests. Failure to promote a safe and welcoming environment, meet membership expectations or follow regulations may result in suspension or termination of membership.

Expectations of You

  1. Helping other members is encouraged, but keep in mind not everyone always wants or needs advice.
  2. Under no circumstances should members or guests represent themselves as CC employees or volunteers unless they are working a designated volunteer shift.
  3. Members may use shop services up to 2 hours per day and no more than 20 hours per month.
  4. Members may not operate an official or unofficial business out of the CC shop. This includes:
    • Members refurbishing bikes, wheels or other parts may not meet clients or potential clients at the shop to display goods for sale, nor conduct a transaction on premises.
    • Bicycles prepared for sale may not be photographed in or near CC.
    • In no way should advertisements infer that for-sale bicycles were professionally refurbished by CC, or at CC.
  5. In-progress bicycles may not be stored at the shop or outside without permission of the Shop Manager or Shop Coordinator.
  6. Shop staff reserves the right to limit total bicycle sales to members or other clients as a way to maintain inventory for sale or donation and/or limit unsafe bicycles from being reused in any way.
  7. Neither members nor customers shall interfere with individuals attempting to donate bicycles or materials to CC. It is not permissible to buy, trade or otherwise acquire bicycles or parts intended for donation to CC. All donations must be processed by staff before they are made available for resale.